Editor’s note: Seattle police provided updated information Thursday on this incident, available here.

A man who allegedly carjacked a truck at knifepoint, struck a man on a scooter and led police on a chase through Capitol Hill and North Seattle early Wednesday was arrested in the University District.

Police say the man pulled a knife on a motorist near 29th Avenue East and East Madison Street around 5:15 a.m. and stole the man’s pickup, which had an attached trailer.

The suspect drove off and, a short time later, struck a man on a scooter near Sixth Avenue and Yesler Way, Seattle police said in a blotter post. The scooter rider was reported to have sustained leg injuries, police said.

The suspect then drove through Capitol Hill — losing the vehicle’s trailer at Eastlake Avenue East and East Hamlin Street — and up into the North Precinct “with officers in pursuit as the suspect had already struck and injured one person,” police said.

Shortly before 7 a.m., Seattle police said on Twitter than the man had been arrested near 59th Avenue Northeast and Roosevelt Way Northeast.

The University of Washington had issued a warning to students and staff about the incident as it was unfolding, KIRO 7 reported.